HBO Just Released A New Teaser For The Final Season Of "Game Of Thrones"!


HBO finally revealed the premiere date for the final season of Game of Thrones! We know the beginning of the end for Game of Thrones will come on April 14th!

"Game Of Thrones" just dropped a new teaser!

HBO announced the premiere date as April 14.

We can't stop watching the teaser and breaking the replay button!

This isn't actual footage from Season 8, it's a scene shot specifically for the teaser.

You can remember it from Season 7.

This time, the teaser focuses on Jon, Sansa and Arya in the crypts at Winterfell.

It means House of Stark is gonna be a major focus of Season 8!

When Jon walked past the statue of his mother, Lyanna, as we heard her plea to Ned: "you have to protect him".

We also saw the feather in Lyanna's hand flutter to the ground.

Is the feather familiar? It should be!

It's the one Robert Baratheon placed on the statue way back in the very first episode of Season 1.

We also saw the feather again in Season 5 when Sansa visits the crypts.

The feather is completely tied up with the story of Jon's parents and also Ned's need to protect him!

The feather now falling to the floor, it may indicate the truth will drop, and Jon will learn who he really is from Bran and/or Sam.

Also Sansa is walking through the crypts and glancing briefly at Catelyn's statue.

Unlike Jon and Sansa, there is no personal moment of Arya Stark between her and any of her family members.

And Jon's another moment with a family member!

This time, he pauses at Ned's statue, and we heard Ned's words to him from Season 1, Episode 2: "You are a Stark. You might not have my name, but you have my blood."

Then we see Jon, Sansa and Arya uniting at last!

But then...

They saw the statue of themselves! WE SHOCKED!

Then we saw freezing Lyanna's feather!

At the end, Arya and Jon pulled out their swords!

Preparing for the inevitable Battle for Winterfell?

We already counting down for April 14th!

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